The island of Taiwan is a hidden gem off the southeastern coast of China. A fascinating mix of technological innovation, traditional Chinese and indigenous Taiwanese culture, this small island is a place where ancient religious and cultural practices thrive in an intensely modernist landscape. On any given day, one can experience this unique mixture of old and new, witnessing time-honored Confucian and Buddhist practices while taking in architectural wonders such as one of the world's tallest buildings, Taipei 101, and traveling the modern high speed rail that links the island's two largest cities.
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Language of Instruction
English and Chinese (Mandarin)
National Taiwan University in Taiwan
NTU was established in 1928, and is the oldest and largest university in Taiwan. There are 11 colleges within the university, with approximately 33,000 students. The university is centrally located in the center of Taipei.